Obsessed with inflicting pain on others while recording everything on tape, the brutal serial killer, Peter Mountain, makes friends with sadomasochistic Crusty, and her mentally challenged brother, Maggot, after the events of August Underground (2001). This time, the diabolical trio is hell-bent on broadening their horizons, experimenting with self-mutilation, decaying corpses, evisceration, and of course, rape. Then, yet another psychopath enters the picture, eager to hang out with them, and depravity reaches new heights.Written by
It wasn't just that this film was painfully boring, it was also incredibly annoying. There is no plot to talk about. Although they have done well with the grainy amateur look and although certainly not unwatchable, the jumpy camera made me loose interest after ten minutes. I agree with previous comments that it would have been better if it was shorter. It takes a lot to shock me and this was no exception. I found it predictable and most of the special affects I found really quite poor. Watching this film (which had to be done on mute as the constant swearing and screaming to fill in time was so irritating) has robbed me of 77mins of my life! This film is developing a cult status amongst gore fans that it really does not deserve, a lot of the depraved acts appeared to be put in for no reason other than as an attempt to shock, however the emphasis has to be on the lack of plot. This really is just a long, boring collection of gory acts. Don't waste your time and money.
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